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AUSTRALIA: Consumer group calls for energy drink vending ban

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An Australian consumer group has called for a ban on sales of energy drinks through vending machines and to under 16-year-olds. The Australian Consumers' Association also said that the sale through school canteens should be made illegal after a report by Sydney University found that most energy drinks contained caffeine, some at levels equal to strong caffeine.


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